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12 Best Hotels in Tel Aviv

Although at first glance, Tel Aviv, with all of its skyscrapers, may seem unfriendly and full of concrete, its vibe is anything but. Very accessible, fully embracing its stunning Mediterranean location, boasting numerous beautiful beaches, and having an unlimited cultural agenda, it’s a city where you’re guaranteed to find something fun to do at all times. And while there’s a Miami-like seaside skyline, there are also the tranquil old streets of historic Jaffa to explore and the picturesque Bauhaus architecture in the center. When it comes to accommodation, there are many fantastic options to choose from. Whether you’re looking for luxury, hipster aesthetics, a budget break, or a seafront resort, there’s a place for you. Here are the best hotels in Tel Aviv for a perfect visit to this Mediterranean jewel.

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Hotel Saul

The best of best of the boutique hotels in Tel Aviv, Hotel Saul offers more than a cozy boho design and superb location close to all the city’s attractions. It is the ultimate feel-good place, an accommodation where you can feel the passion of its creators. The devil is in the details, and you’ve got plenty of eye-catching ones at Hotel Saul. The colors, the plants, the carefully chosen furniture, and the spectacular rooftop make this the perfect pick if you’d like a stylish stay in the heart of vibrant Tel Aviv. The building is a renovated Bauhaus, so you’re getting a piece of history too. Hotel Saul might just be one of the most original hotel dwellings you’ll find in the city and an ultimately refreshing stay.

The Vera Hotel The Vera Hotel
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The Vera Hotel

Get a dose of aesthetic pleasure by opting for a stay at The Vera Hotel. Set in the heart of the Neve Tzedek neighborhood and a block away from Rothschild Boulevard, it’s Tel Aviv at its finest. The hotel prides itself on being a very local experience, and it works. Design-wise, it’s magnificent and thoroughly curated to attract awe. But it’s also the devotion to Tel Avivian craftsman that deserves praise. Most things in the hotel were either handcrafted for the hotel or in some way connected to the city it’s in. As for comfort, we’ll let the numerous positive reviews and the highest rankings on booking websites speak for themselves. People love it here, often charmed by the high quality of service, slick interiors, and authentic feel of Tel Aviv. 

Renoma Hotel Renoma
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Renoma Hotel

Tel Avivian sunsets are a thing of pure beauty, so why not enjoy them from the comfort of your private balcony? Renoma Hotel is the name you should know. The beach is at your doorstep here, and you’re never too far from the restaurants-packed streets of the downtown. The hotel has one of the best luxury offers in Tel Aviv, defined by classy interior designs, a superb selection of furniture, and an ideal location. You can choose between spacious suites or chic apartments. Renoma is home to the stylish Bar 51 restaurant and a charming cafe. Just across the street, you find Trumpeldor Beach, ideal for enjoying some time on the sea. Be it lounging under the sun, taking a plunge, or engaging in fun water activities, Tel Aviv’s waterfront has got you covered.

The Norman Hotel The Norman Tel Aviv
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The Norman Hotel

Boutique sensibility meets five-star indulgence at this Tel Aviv hotel. The Norman Hotel is a well-known name to any luxury hotel connoisseurs who pass through this city. Occupying two buildings in The White City Bauhaus area of Tel Aviv, it’s a wonderful hotel to base yourself in for an elevated stay. The rooftop terrace here boasts a swimming pool and one of the best views of the city skyline. You will likely spend some time marveling at the hotel’s pretty interiors, as they’ve masterfully blended the past with the contemporary, giving a nod to the rich architectural heritage of Tel Aviv. As for the rooms, the options are quite impressive. Whether you choose the superior rooms or go with the penthouse suites, the furnishings are always on point, and attention to even the slightest detail is always present. 

Fabric Hotel Fabric Hotel
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Fabric Hotel

A new addition to the electric Tel Aviv boutique hotel scene, Fabric is definitely worthy of your attention. Boasting an industrial chic, minimalist philosophy, and a friendly attitude, it’s this hip accommodation that brings you joy (in one of the world’s happiest countries, too!) without spoiling the budget (or at least offers a good bargain…we’re in Tel Aviv, after all). Perfect for design aficionados, this lodging offers slick rooms with air conditioning, fast WiFi, and city views. It’s full of youthful energy and would be ideal for a workation or a relaxing city break. Fabric enjoys a central location, and you’ll have easy access to everything Tel Aviv is famous for. 

Bachar House Bachar House
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Bachar House

Historic architecture from the 20s meets contemporary elegance at this excellent downtown hotel in Tel Aviv. Bachar House is conveniently located in one of the city’s liveliest areas and gives you an exemplary boutique stay. Rooms come with charming balconies, Nespresso machines, and classy designs. You will undoubtedly enjoy the rooftop terrace with a pool perfect for observing Tel Aviv from above and sunbathing in the middle of a busy city. To take relaxation further, there’s a Provence-inspired spa complex that offers a variety of treatments. Another great thing to add is the complimentary bike rental provided by Bachar House which will make your Tel Aviv exploration easier. 

The Setai Tel Aviv The Setai Tel Aviv
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The Setai Tel Aviv

The Setai Tel Aviv allows you to get right into the heart of one of Tel Aviv’s gems, the old port of Jaffa of Biblical fame is a must-visit. A place of immense historical importance, this area of Tel Aviv will charm you with a labyrinth of shaded alleys, tiny balconies, colorful details, and delightful gardens. The hotel is set in the luxuriously refurbished former building of the Ottoman prison, it is undoubtedly an original way to treat yourself during your visit to Tel Aviv. Everything here accentuates the stunning location among the terracotta glory of Jaffa and elevates it by adding a sophisticated modern redo. The hotel’s infinity pool that overlooks the endless Mediterranean is the ultimate Instagram moment and the location is ideal for being both close to Jaffa and a few minutes away from the beaches, the promenade, and the city center. Also, Setai has arguably the best room views in Tel Aviv. Their premium plus features an awe-inspiring panorama of the skyline and the sea. 

Shalom Hotel & Relax Shalom Hotel & Relax
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Shalom Hotel & Relax

In Tel Aviv, enjoying the beach is an essential part of the local lifestyle. Be next to the water by staying at Shalom Hotel & Relax, among the best beachfront hotels in Tel Aviv. The rooftop here is fantastic, allowing you to gaze at the 360-degree views of the city and the sea. Guests praised the comfort and cleanliness of the rooms, great breakfasts, and the homey atmosphere of the accommodation. Book a room with a jacuzzi and a sea view to level up your experience. Also, Shalom Hotel & Relax would ideally work for those who like the glorious outdoors to be right at your doorstep. There is the fantastic Independence Park and beaches like Metzitzim and Hilton across the road. 

The Drisco Hotel The Drisco
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The Drisco Hotel

When a boutique hotel sports five stars, you know there will be a more personalized, refined guest experience. The Drisco Hotel is pure class and elegance, set in a beautifully renovated landmark hotel that dates back to 1866. The carefully curated furniture, high-class amenities, and the mix of old and new define the rooms here. Special mention goes to the classic room with a terrace at the hotel-adjacent Villa Drisco and the great premium rooms with sea-facing balconies. Also, Drisco houses George and John, among the best Israeli fusion restaurants in Tel Aviv. Old HaTachana train station nearby is a vibrant, revitalized area with lots of eateries, world-renowned street food, and bars frequented by locals, so be sure to check it out. 

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Ruby Tel Aviv

Centrally located, close to the top sights, and highly reviewed, the Ruby Tel Aviv is the go-to boutique hotel in Tel Aviv that pairs affordability with smart luxury. Set in a lovingly restored villa, it offers an authentic stay with pretty decor, a private garden, and Instagrammable interiors. Ruby will be a real treat for anyone who loves to be in aesthetically pleasing spaces. Situated in a tranquil area, the hotel is still in the very heart of Tel Aviv, and you are just a short walk away from all the restaurants, bars, and nightlife venues.

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Emilia TLV

A new and exciting accommodation in the packed hotel landscape of Tel Aviv, Emilia TLV takes you higher than others. Quite literally, they offer superb penthouse suites that feature incredible downtown vistas. Furnished in a contemporary style and boasting lots of space and light, the rooms here are perfect for a luxury Tel Aviv city break and would work ideally both for couples and families. Guests loved the new building the lodging is set in, the elevator access, the treatment from the host, and the superb level of amenities. Talking about location, you’re close to both the local favorite Bugrashov Beach and the buzzy Dizengoff Square. 

Yam Hotel Yam Hotel
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Yam Hotel

Boasting surfer culture-inspired aesthetics and bursting with color, Yam Hotel is for enjoyment. The rooms have cheerful decor, sea views, and comfortable amenities. The location is everything here. You’re next to the beach, so enjoying the Mediterranean sun has never been easier. Outdoor recreation enthusiasts will love the sprawling Yarkon Park with its miles of tracks and lots of greenery. And then there’s the lively Old Tel Aviv Port Area that offers gastronomy and an opportunity to mingle with locals right next to the water. 

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